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A regular at San Francisco's Palace Hotel, Miss DuMont always dressed her very best, lending an air of sophisticated grace to the Gold Rush city's saloons and hotels. Miss Eleanor was particularly fond of gambling, and routinely bested all the men at the poker table, earning her the nickname “Madame Moustache”.
The girls of the saloons in Silver City, New Mexico were known far across the territory as the friendliest and comeliest around. The saloons along the main street played host to the likes of Dangerous Dan Tucker and Billy the Kid. Outlaws and lawmen alike never stayed long in town without paying a visit to the Silver City saloon girls. The fringed corset is also available with lace (LC148) for a more “classy” look.
The girls of the saloons in Silver City, New Mexico were known far across the territory as the friendliest and comeliest around. The saloons along the main street played host to the likes of Dangerous Dan Tucker and Billy the Kid. Outlaws and lawmen alike never stayed long in town without paying a visit to the Silver City saloon girls. The lacy corset is also available with fringe (LC147) for an alternative, more western look.
Taking a moment to herself in her private room above the saloon, Georgette brings a bit of class and refinement to the dusty railroad town of Tombstone. Georgette could normally be found performing song and dance at the Bird Cage Theater across the street, but if you really wanted to see her at her elegant best, it required an invitation.
Dora DuFran, the Black Madam of Deadwood, ran a string of brothels in the Black Hills. Her most famous watering hole, “Diddlin' Dora's,” advertised itself as “Three D's–Dining, Drinking, and Dancing–a place where you can bring your mother”. Whether or not mothers were really welcome at Dora's place, her reputation as a madam with a heart of gold won her the hearts of cowpokes all through the Dakota Territory. Designed as the corset dress for all sizes, the ensemble features a boned brocade bodice enhanced with contrasting trim and bows. The lace-trimmed satin shoulder strap is intended to allow ladies to conceal their undergarments. Finally, the mid-length satin skirt has an organza-over-lace, gathered ruffle.
One tough cookie for one tough cavern. When midnight strikes this cookie doesn’t crumble. Boned brocade bodice with gold trim finished with matching fringe across her ample bosom and tiny waistline. Satin slit skirt edged with ruffles reveals her charms.
Smitten by the actress/singer Lilly Langtree, Judge Roy Bean named his bar and town in her honor. You’ll be smitten by our Jersey Lil’ with its velvet bodice accented with appliqué and trim. Velvet shoulder straps and open sleeve caps accommodate different arm sizes. Dainty satin bow at the waistline graces the satin-ruched skirt with lace over chiffon ruffle.
Famous throughout the West, this Parisian dancer captured the heart of many a cowboy, gambler, and railroad tycoon. Off-the-shoulder satin dress trimmed with inciting fringe has heavy-duty brocade bodice and satin swags.
She’ll match the wits of any man, no matter what he might say, then out work that sorry cuss in the kitchen, corral, or bailing hay! Boned eyelet corset features a self ruffle across the top and piping across the bottom with small white eyelet button down the center front. The faux suede chaps have contrasting suede cloth trimmed with gold metal stars, conchos, leather laces and suede fringe.
Dresses in blue, innocent too-Blaze Star lights up the night. Velvet bodice trimmed with Venetian lace is fully boned for shape and finished off with lace center front and lots of tiny satin bows. Satin skirt finished off with a short ruffle features high split to reveal leg
For most cowboys the “Hurdy-Gurdy” gals’ names were insignificant, but no one ever forgot Blaze Star. Sassy brocade bodice, boned for shape and durability, is trimmed with matching braid, lace and satin bows. Satin skirt features a high daring slit with ruffles.
This sassy West Texas saloon girl is known far and wide as the rough-and-tumble dancer “too tough to tame”. The object of many wandering cowboys’ affections but committed to no one, Debbie broke as many hearts as horses west of the Pecos. Her antique corded twill corset (also available in satin) makes for a sturdy but supple form-fitting bodice, and is delicately detailed with feminine lace. Her satin skirt displays a thigh-high slit accentuated with the same delicate lace as the bodice.
Dancing with castanets to the mariachi band, Margarita captures the eyes of every cowboy in the dusty saloons on the Rio Grande. Her flowing dances are as hot and sultry as the nights in Juarez. Her fringed bengaline bodice complements her bengaline ruffled and layered full-length skirt.
Fresh off their successful hunting expedition in South Africa, French nobleman the Marquis D’Ouest and his wife, the marquise, are ready to begin their safari tour of the Great American West. Smartly dressed for the stagecoach journey, but elegantly appointed to remind others of their gentry status, the Marquis and Marquise get noticed in each dusty saloon they step inside. Her heavy tweed coat features wide lapels, fitted waist with decorative buttons, and flared hemline. The double-breasted twill vest shows off a low plunging neckline with decorative button closure. Fitted twill pants complete the outfit.
This graceful saloon gal had a pure heart but a burning desire for the cowboys, outlaws, and gamblers. Her satin dress features off-the-shoulder shawl sleeve and a plunging neckline. The fitted bodice and veed drop waistline flatters any figure.
Jewel begs attention as she plays the infamous western seductress. Eyelet bloomers with peek-a-boo pleated cups finish off this daring camisole. Camisole and bloomers are garnished with lace trim woven with ribbon and bows. Separate boned lycra corset has satin front with lace overlay trimmed in lace.